This degree explores how humans and societies have changed over time, alongside the religious traditions that shape and are shaped by them. You’ll gain an understanding of British, European and world history while exploring what religious beliefs and practices have meant to individuals and communities – and what they mean today. Core modules will enable you to develop important skills in historical methods and research, whilst learning more about the role of religion in different contexts. You’ll also choose from an impressive range of optional modules in both subjects. All the major world religions are represented in these options, and you could also study philosophy of religion, texts such as the Hebrew Scriptures, sin or religion and development. At the same time, you could study the Crusades, witch hunts, the slave trade, modern Chinese or African history.